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Planning Commission schedules public hearing for August

    The Crete Planning Commission’s July meeting Monday at City Hall was brief, but it appears their August get-together will be anything but.

Council approves fountain basin quote

Crete City Council members voted 5-0 last Tuesday night to approve a quote of $45,600 from Maly Construction for a new basin and surround on which to place the restored City Park fountain.

Saline County Fair photos online

The Saline County Fair was held July 15-19 at the farigrounds in Crete's Tuxedo Park. Events included Farm Family awards, Figure 8 races, outdoor concerts, animal shows, 4-H and open class exhibits, midway...

First Student ready for bus routes

by Dianne Moore Location Manager, First Student, Inc.     It’s that time of year again. School is almost back in session and you’ll be seeing yellow school buses filled with children...

McGowan announces resignation for Spring 2016

After supporting Crete Public Schools through the first phases of the largest district-wide expansion project in its history, Superintendent Kyle McGowan officially announced to the Board of Education...

German settler’s 1868 homestead on display

Dog park grand opening July 24

Money ranks Doane as best in Nebraska

Cancer survivor program offered at CAMC

Family pays it forward with Kaleidoscope of Hope quilt

Independence Day fireworks Saturday in Crete

Procedures, equipment change for Crete PD

CPS receives Sixpence grant

Federal disaster declaration made for 12 counties

Class of 1965 gives to fountain restoration

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Siedhoff leads Crete boys to third at state

Siedhoff leads Crete boys to third at state

OMAHA — Luke Siedhoff became a three-time state champion in the 110-meter hurdles Saturday to lead the Cardinal boys to a third place finish in the Class B team standings at the state high school...

Crete boys take fifth straight district title

Crete boys take fifth straight district title

  SEWARD — The Crete High boys’ track and field team took their traveling relay road show to the B-3 district meet Thursday at Concordia University and swept all three relays on the way to their...

Tennis team prepares for state meet

The Crete High girls’ tennis team closed their regular season last week with a loss at Gretna Tuesday and a 7-2 win over Nebraska City Thursday.

Card boys win conference track title

Led by Luke Siedhoff victories in the 110- and 300-meter hurdles, the Crete High boys’ track and field team won the Central Conference title Saturday in Central City.

Titans stop Crete boys' soccer team

The Crete High boys’ soccer team closed their season last week with back-to-back losses at the hands of Class B seventh-ranked Norris on Papik Field, a 2-1 overtime loss to the Titans in the B-5 district...

Baseball team bows out in district tourney

Crusaders blank tennis team

CHS students earn spring honors

Cardinals take team titles at Crete Invite

Crete boys move into district final

Cardinal nine splits pair of games

Girls' tennis wins two home meets

Cardinal trio plays in Crete Invite

Crete girls bow out in district tourney

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Legion seasons end in tourney play

Legion seasons end in tourney play

The Crete Legion baseball season came to an end last week as the Mix 30 Juniors bowed out in the final elimination game of the Class B state tournament and the Stop ‘N Shop Seniors lost their first...

Juniors win area crown, advance at state

Juniors win area crown, advance at state

The Crete Legion Mix 30 Juniors baseball team won the Class B Area 4 Tournament championship game Tuesday (July 14) and posted a 2-1 record through Monday’s action in the Class B state tournament...

Crete Juniors playing Seward for area crown

The Crete Mix 30 Legion Juniors baseball team won their first three games in the Class B Area 4 Tournament in York Friday, Saturday and Monday, putting themselves in the catbird seat for the area crown...

Fye wins national age group javelin title

Zach Fye, an eighth-grader-to-be at Crete Middle School and the son of Ed and Lisa Fye,  won the national title in the javelin throw for 13- and 14-year old boys at the USA Track and Field Youth...

Legion teams post mixed results

The Crete Mix 30 Legion Juniors baseball split a pair of games in the past week, falling to Wilber Tuesday before defeating Albion at home on Sunday.

Seniors lose close ones at Fort Calhoun

Juniors secure third in Walker tourney

Seniors third in Stallard Classic

County trio helps South to victory

Seniors split, Juniors third at Fort Calhoun

Legion teams get seasons rolling

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Doane Sports

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Schuurmans fourth at Pan Am Games

Jared Schuurmans, a 2010 Doane graduate who recently won the men’s discus at the U.S. championships, placed fourth Thursday in that event at the Pan Am Games in Toronto.

Ten Doane squads named NAIA scholar teams

Ten Doane squads named NAIA scholar teams

Ten Doane College athletic teams were named last week as NAIA Scholar Teams for 2014-15 by virtue of achieving team grade point averages of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

NWU announces it's leaving GPAC next May

Nebraska Wesleyan University officials announced in a Monday afternoon news conference that the school intends to leave the Great Plains Athletic Conference following the 2015-16 academic year.

Doane grad Schuurmans wins U.S. discus title

Jared Schuurmans, a 2010 Doane graduate, won the discus throw Thursday at the USA Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. and will represent the U.S. at the World Championships...

Schuurmans set for U.S. championships

Jared Schuurmans, a 2010 Doane graduate, will enter the USA Track and Field Championships this week in Eugene, Ore. with the top 2015 U.S. mark in the discus throw.

DeVries picked to Academic All-America first team

Wolken, Tatum win events at NAIA meet

Wolken defends national decathlon crown

Thursday NAIA report: Bramhall strikes before lightning

Tiger softball 1-2 at NAIA Opening Round

Bramhall breaks hurdle record again

Softball team loses in first NAIA outing

Doane second in all-sports standings

Fye named GPAC coach of year

Doane softball players honored

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